Companies have a key role to play in combating injustice, writes Celia Ouellette of RBIJ
COVID-19 – time for governments, brands and employers to protect supply chain and precarious workers from hardship and infection11/03/20 |
Steps should be taken to protect workers and business, write Sharan Burrow and Phil Bloomer.
Ahead of this week's landmark event in Mexico, Soledad García Muñoz and Phil Bloomer discuss the global movement for human rights due diligence
Gender-based violence in Tunisia: What role are social media companies like Facebook playing in the #EnaZeda era?09/03/20 |
To mark International Women’s Day, we are sharing lessons we have learned on the potential and limitations of social media as a platform for amplifying women’s voices and catalyzing the movement...
Companies need to invest in training and education so AI works for everyone, writes Ryan Scott
Colombia one of world’s most dangerous countries for campaigners against corporate abuse, finds NGO report27/02/20 |
New report highlights attacks on business-focused HRDs in Colombia
EU study and legal opinion of German campaign underline need for legislation on human rights due diligence26/02/20 |
Claudia Saller, Julia Otten and Johanna Kusch on why the German government should give the mandatory human rights and environmental due diligence agenda a real push, both at home and in Brussels.
Reading the Stevia Leaves: Early Clues to Federal Enforcement of the Ban on Imports Made with Forced Labour21/02/20 |
Customs and Border Protection to "detain...or prevent...from entry into the U.S. all products tainted by convict labor, forced labor, and forced child labor."
Reporting requirements aren't enough - we need mandatory due diligence laws in order to eradicate abuse